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2003:

Ecology and management of commercially harvested chanterelle mushrooms.

Ecology and management of commercially harvested edible chanterelles in western North America.

Ecology and management of commercially harvested chanterelle mushrooms.

2002:

Oregon Natural Heritage rare and endangered fungal species (51 gilled and non-gilled Basidiomycetes).

ORCA 2000-2003 Macrofungal Inventory: Macrofungi of the Oregon Cave National Monument: 2000 Interim Report.

547 - The Douglas-fir epigeous ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete community in the western North American Northern Spotted Owl zone.

Oregon's Douglas-Fir ectomycorrhizal fungal communities - the Polk County Chronosequence Study: Years 2 (1999-2000) & 3 (2000-2001).

Oregon's Douglas-Fir ectomycorrhizal fungal communities - the Polk County Chronosequence Study: Year 4 (2001-2002).

Oregon's Douglas-Fir ectomycorrhizal fungal communities the Green Peak density management study: Year 2 (1999-2000) & Year 3 (2000-2001).

Oregon's Douglas-Fir ectomycorrhizal fungal communities the Polk County Chronosequence Study: Year 4 (2001-2002).

(15371538) Proposals to conserve the names Cantharellus lutescens Fr. : Fr. and C. tubaeformis Fr. : Fr. (Basidiomycota) with conserved types.

"Fungi" in Macmillan Science Library: Biology, Vol. 4.

The epigeous ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Douglas-fir fungal community in "peace" and "war".

Phaeocollybia in Western North America 3: New species P. phaeogaleroides and P. rifflipes, with notes on the P. festiva complex.

2001:

An informal poll for MSA members: Should the type of Coprinus be changed?

An informal poll for NAMA members: Should the type of Coprinus be changed?

Mycological dispatches: 2001. Summaries of recent research papers on North American macrofungi, lichens, and slime molds.

2000:

Great Smoky Mountain National Park All-Taxa Biological Inventory Fungal Taxonomic Working Group (TWIG) 1999-2000 comprehensive report.

PNW-MS / BLM Cooperative Oregon Douglas-fir density management - fungal community study: 1998-1999 Annual Report.

PNW-MS / BLM Cooperative Oregon Douglas-fir fungal community chronosequence study: 1998-1999 Annual Report.

Musings of a Mycological Miner - 2000. Research summaries on North American macrofungi, lichens, and myxomycetes.

Phaeocollybia in Western North America 1: The P. kauffmanii complex.

Phaeocollybia in Western North America 2: The vernal P. pleurocystidiata sp. nov. and P. carmanahensis reconsidered.

Stropharia albivelata and its basionym, Pholiota albivelata.

Notes on western North American snowbank fungi.

Commission on Common Mushroom Names for North America.

Here come really-common common names? [NAMA and MSA endorse a commission to make recommendations; "1st List" not expected for one to two years.]

Practical Mycology in the Twenty-first Century.

The GSMNP-ATBI diaries. Inoculum 51(1): 14-15, Inoculum 51(2): 10, Inoculum 51(3): 72, Inoculum 51(4): 20, Inoculum 51(5): 47-49; Inoculum 51(6): 24-25. "Great Smokies project has a new coordinator"

(The Askus column) Bugged? Ask a Mycologist.

(The Askus column) The contest is over and no one got them all right -- but we still have a winner!

1999:

The October 22-24 1999 Camp Cascade OMS Fall Foray List.

Musings of a new mycological miner: Summaries of papers on North American macrofungi, lichens, and myxomycetes published in 1999.

1161 -- The Oregon Douglas-fir community.

Oregon Douglas-fir fungal communities. Abstract in

1170 -- Butterflies of the soil 1999: GSMNP-ATBI fungal pilot study.

Kingdom Fungi and the Great Smoky Mountains ATBI.

Flash! Mushroom debate in Oregon senate makes headline news!

(The Askus column) American epitaphs and epithets.

Pukey Point common names contest to close Oct. 1.

Anatomie der Hymenomyceten, by H. Clémençon. F. Flück-Wirth, Internationale Buchhandlung für Botanik und Naturwissenschaften. 1997. XI + 997 pages.

Notes from the Herbarium: Spring 1999.

(The Askus column) The Appellation Trail: A one-act play.

(The Askus column) What do you call a Matsutake?

(The Askus column) In search of the dead.

1998:

(The Askus column) Additional, seemingly useless names?

1998 Fall Foray Report: 98 species catalogued (from the Herbarium of the Oregon Mycological Society).

1998 Annual Show Report: 270 species catalogued (from the Herbarium of the Oregon Mycological Society).

(The Askus column) The genus and how it breeds.

Observations on the development, morphology and biology of Phaeocollybia.

The Oregon Cantharellus Study Project: Pacific Golden Chanterelle preliminary observations and productivity data (1986-1997).

ROD: Strategy 3 -- Fungal species evaluation (11 Gilled Basidiomycete Strategy 3 Species).

1998 Dr Harry D Thiers NAMA Foray Floods Asilomar.

The Biology and Taxonomy of Pacific Northwest Species of Phaeocollybia

1997:

(The Askus column) What if you've found a new species?

Ask the Professionals (The Askus column): Why no agreement on agreement?

Phaeocollybia: The Sixth Year.

Cantharellus formosus and the Pacific Golden Chanterelle harvest in western North America.

Ask the Professionals: Is that new genus here to stay?

Ask Us: What's so great about old dried up mushrooms? (How useful are herbarium species?).

1996:

Go ahead and -- Ask Us (Ask and ye shall find out about name changes).

Study 8: Oregon Cantharellus Study Project 1986-1996.

The agaric genus Phaeocollybia in western North America: New Species.

Is Cantharellus formosus being commercially harvested?

1995:

Loving the chanterelle to death? The ten-year Oregon chanterelle project.

Omphalina sensu lato in North America 4: 0. rosella.

ROD: Strategy I -- Fungal species Evaluation (30 gilled and non-gilled Basidiomycete Strategy 1 Species). Parts 1-3.

Systematics of PNW Phaeocollybia species: molecular and morphological collusion.

Strategy 1: Phaeocollybia, Herbaria, and the Perception of Rarity.

How does one key a Gestalt and other niceties.

Omphalina sensu lato in North America. 3. Chromosera gen. nov.

The Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) -- A Peek at Productivity.

1994:

Valdensinia heterodoxa (Sclerotiniaceae) in the United States.

Squamanita contortipes, the Rosetta Stone of a mycoparasitic agaric genus.

The Who's Who of mushroom versus mushroom -- mycoparasitism of agaric basidiomata by other agarics in the Pacific Northwest.

A Preliminary Report on the Fungi of Barlow Pass, Washington.

Macrofungi of old-growth Abies forests in the Pacific Northwest.

Phaeocollybia in Western North America.

Snowbank fungi in Washington and British Columbia.

Systematics of Laccaria (Agaricales) in the Continental United States and Canada, with discussion on Extralimital taxa and descriptions of extant types. by Gregory M. Mueller. 1992. Fieldiana -- Botany: New Series, #30. Publication 1435. Field Museum of Natural History. 158 pp.

Omphalina sensu lato in North America 1-2. 1: Omphalina wynniae and the genus Chrysomphalina. 2: Omphalina sensu Bigelow.

1993:

Macromycetes and Air Pollution, by G. Gulden, K. Hoiland. K. Bendiksen, T. E. Brandrud, B. S. Foss, H. B. Jenssen & D. Laber. Bibliotheca Mycologica: Band 144. J. Cramer, Berlin. 81 pp.

Notes on Bondarzewia, Heterobasidion, and Pleurogala.

Further Observations on the genus Phaeocollybia.

Some fungi of Pacific Northwest old growth forests.

Mycena gaultheri rediscovered after 50 years.

Phaeocollybia in western Canada.

1992:

A Canadian Odyssey: The search for the elusive Phaeocollybia.

Phaeocollybia in western Canada with observations on the P. kauffmanii complex.

Studying the effects of harvesting on chanterelle productivity in Oregon's Mt. Hood National Forest.

Studying the effects of mushroom harvesting on chanterelle productivity in Oregon's Mt. Hood National Forest.

Fungus-tree partnership provokes innovative study.

1991:

A study on the effects of harvesting on chanterelle productivity in Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon.

The herbarium and how it breeds (The Regular Column).

1989:

Just how useful is knowing "distribution"? (The Regular Column).

An Unusual Season - It started with Thanksgiving and ended with snowy parasols (The Regular Column).

1988:

Species, Splitters, and Sex (The Regular Column).

Charting the Chanterelle (The Regular Column).

1987:

Sparassis - Things may be looking up, but not this mushroom hunter (The Regular Column).

Summer mushrooming can be special (The Regular Column).

You can rise above morels to all the rainbow colors (The Regular Column).

A Romp through Lepiota (The Regular Column).

1986:

Poisonings I have Known (The Regular Column).

That nudum is a nuda? (The Regular Column)

Etiquette for the morelly wanting.

Avoiding the dance of death -- a wild mushroom primer.

Taxonomic Quandaries (The Regular Column).

Naming Them (The mushroom, the man, the name, another name, the squabble, the congress) (The Regular Column).

1985:

Typification of mushroom names (The Regular Column).

Every mushroom, it turns out, wasn't named by the Supreme Being (The Regular Column).

Names Do Matter (The Regular Column).

In which assistance is rendered to a zoo with a mushroom eating bear (The Regular Column).

1984:

Going to the Show (What you get out of the mushroom show depends on how you approach the affair.).

Mushroom Etiquette (This guide can be clipped or copied and used to Help Improve Others.).

Planning the Foray (Now -- if you haven't done it already -- is when to plan the formal fall outing.).

1983:

Which Are You? - Introduction to Mushrooms.

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